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Djokovic hair in the players party

What is going on with Djokovic hair? His hais to me is horrible, but someway i want to touch it and know how to feel it. Having a hair like that must be awful, is it a mutation or what? I saw his brother has the same hair.

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Too funny, maybe he was just goofing, his strength is in his hair...

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OMFG

Why just mention the hair??



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Yeah, this should be in the Funny Fotos thread!

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Re: Djokovic hair in the players party

He is starting to look more manly and less boyish. His hair is weird.
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It is terrible, but at least he won't get bold.
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That picture is hilarious
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I don't see the picture? :?

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i think he looks good..im sure the picture isnt as good compared to seeing him in person.
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Tssss Someone's been putting his fingers in an electrical outlet again
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Tssss Someone's been putting his fingers in an electrical outlet again
might be. Or he's inherited his Hair Genes from being a crossover between a porcupine and a toilet brush.

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might be. Or he's inherited his Hair Genes from being a crossover between a porcupine and a toilet brush.



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He's under the age of 25. I don't understand most young people's haircuts/style at all.

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Well this proves for once and for all he's got guts - he wouldn't dare go out like that otherwise.
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He's under the age of 25. I don't understand most young people's haircuts/style at all.
I don't think that's a style. That's just his crazy hair!

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